The green battery is a revolutionary new technology for solar installations and electric cars which is based on aluminum and urea (pee) both  of which we have in abundance and are very common materials. It replaces the difficult to obtain and expensive cobalt and lithium batteries which are currently used today in most electric vehicles.

 Another advantage of the green battery is it is easy to recycle and does not require dangerous mining practices for example the child slave labor used to mine cobalt.

Another issue is that the majority of the world's lithium and cobalt come from China and Russia as well as third world Africa. The green battery solves these supply chain problems with all of the materials being easily sourced locally. For example aluminum is available from recycled soda cans in a near endless supply and urea is a common byproduct of animal farming which is currently a waste product and so it is also very inexpensive.

Lithium Battery:

Lithium.      China and Russia

 Cobalt.         Child Slave Labor Africa

  Recycling.    Near impossible


Aluminum.     Recycled soda cans

          Urea.                Waste from livestock 

          Graphene.       Plentiful from wood

 Recycling.       Easy


One key issue with lithium batteries is their use of rare earth metals. China was our main supplier but now the have begun restricting their export now effecting gallium and germanium 

To achieve similar power to lithium and even to outperform the new silicon batteries which are in development the green battery utilizes a thin layer of graphene to form a ionic exchange layer allowing the batteries to be charged quickly. 

The green battery has several additional advantages such as being co-developed with a network of easily swappable batteries at solar charge centers or charge centers powered by micro nuclear reactors such as the spider arm reactor. In the north clean coal micro generators could be used. This takes the strain off the electric grid something the Tesla platform has no answer for. This is a radical rethinking of how electric cars would work and solve the 45 minute recharge time which is required even using the highest voltages as well as being dangerous and shortening battery life. 

By using an exchangeable battery in the car then the battery life is always maintained with fresh batteries which are optimal and a car can drive into a green battery recharge station and by replacing four 10 lb batteries get another 150 to 200 miles of range plus the range of the core non removable battery which will last much longer as in most driving it is never being used. This solves the problem of electric cars requiring a $15,000 battery replacement every 10 years which also ruins their value in the used resale market. In contrast green battery designed cars will never have this problem will maintain their value and always maintain fully optimal batteries with a much lower chance of catching fire or exploding.

Ultimately green batteries become more green because they are charged not from the traditional power grid which can use coal and natural gas and oil electric power generation instead the green battery can be charged entirely with solar installations along the Southern tier of the United States and in non-solar optimized areas utilize nuclear power. One of the biggest issues facing the push for electric cars is that there is no way our current electric grid which is already maxed out and fragile can support long distance transmission of so much additional energy. The green battery solves this problem by having its own energy sources at each charging station.

Finally at the end of life it is very difficult to recycle and lithium cobalt battery as these materials are toxic. Aluminum is always sought after as a scrap material and urea can be chemically converted into a inert and safe substance or used to create fertilizer which the world is currently facing a dramatic shortage of.

Overall the green battery technologies work together and will finally allow the dream of electric cars as well as solar home energy storage to be done at a much lower cost as well as with an environmentally friendly design that does not rely on warring neighbors and difficult trade routes to obtain the overpriced materials.